Parting shot…. This was my last day in Greenland. We anchored in the safe harbor of Ittoqqortoormiit while the storm passed. The airstrip was half a day away by boat but the weekly flight couldn’t land because the runway was too muddy. Our little flotilla of antique boats can be seen bobbing around on their hooks down below. Thanks for tuning into my Greenland adventures!! I’ve enjoyed sharing some of the images with you and appreciated all your great comments. Tomorrow, I will show some of the Iceland shots before my next adventure begins as I travel south to visit some very different birds!!! 🐧
All the dog sleds were high & dry. But the short summer season had come & gone. Soon the snow & sea ice would return. Ittorqqortoomiit is one of the coldest and remotes permanently inhabited places on earth. #greenland#landscapephotography#nature_brilliance
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This shot is not meant for the 2” screen. This iceberg was floating toward the sea when we came across it in mild weather. We had enough daylight to launch the zodiacs and explore the massive floating sculpture. To give you an idea of scale, zoom in on our little ship beneath the arch. It is close to 100’ long and 100’ high!!! Setting up this shot took some doing! But thanks to our fearless crew and good weather, we had the afternoon to play, explore & take photos. It was one of my favorite days of the trip. Hope you enjoy this shot as much as I do!!! 🙀 PS. NERD ALERT! Only 1/8 of an iceberg is above the waterline!